At least four things that did not happen the way they were reported

  1. It was initially reported that Atlanta’s Fulton County ballot count delayed by “burst pipe”

Breitbart reported in a 3 November 2020 article that a purported “burst pipe” caused a four-hour delay in counting ballots.

Trays-of-ballotsThe counting of Fulton County, Georgia’s absentee ballot count will be delayed due to a burst water pipe, reports the far-left Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The full count might not be in until Friday, according one election official. Another official said there will be a four hour delay.

About 90 percent of Atlanta is in Fulton County, which has a population of a little less than 1.1 million, which makes it the state’s most populated county.

Ten percent of Atlanta lies in DeKalb County.

None of the ballots were harmed by the burst pipe according to voting officials, even though the ballots were in the room where the pipe burst. They had hoped to have at least three-quarters of the 130,517 ballots counted by 10 or 11 p.m.

“Fulton has scanned 86,191 of the 130,517 absentee-by-mail ballots received, which doesn’t include the ballots received in today’s mail, [Fulton elections manager Ralph] Jones” told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

When asked when the results would be in, Jones said, “It’s going to be later than what we would like it to be.”

“Elections board member Mark Wingate said he believes they won’t have results until Friday.”

As of this writing, Georgia is “too close to call” per the media.

(Read this at Breitbart)

Initially, as reported above, the voting was shut down for 4 hours because of a pipe

When the first reports were made on this (and the only reports were made in the main stream media), they said this had to do with a burst pipe. However, as shown by the Open Records request made by attorney Paul J. Dzikowski and reported by the Gateway Pundit, it seems no pipe burst occurred.

No pipe burst (according to an Open Records request)

With a hat tip to the Nwo Report, the Gateway Pundit reported on 11 November 2020 that there was no burst pipe in the Atlanta building where vote counting was delayed by four hours.

NobreakWhat really happened in Georgia when the water main reportedly broke causing a delay the election counting in the state?

On election night in Georgia President Trump was running away with the Presidential election, then suddenly it was reported that vote counting had stopped in Fulton County due to a water main break in Atlanta.

According to CBS WVLT8 ballots in Georgia would not be counted due to a water main break:

Nearly 40,000 absentee ballots will not be counted for the state of Georgia until at least Wednesday after a water main break, Fulton County officials said.

According to officials, a water main break at State Farm Arena caused a pipe to burst. The burst pipe was discovered around 6 a.m. Counting of the ballots began at 11 a.m.

WVLT8 also released a statement from the Secretary of State related to the incident:

Tonight Fulton County will report results for approximately 86,000 absentee ballots, as well as Election Day and Early Voting results. These represent the vast majority of ballots cast within Fulton County.

As planned, Fulton County will continue to tabulate the remainder of absentee ballots over the next two days. Absentee ballot processing requires that each ballots is opened, signatures verified, and ballots scanned. This is a labor intensive process that takes longer to tabulate than other forms of voting. Fulton County did not anticipate having all absentee ballots processed on Election Day.

(States like Florida count these ballots before the election and provide up to date results which enables them to provide final results on election night.  Any state that doesn’t count ballots before the election when received so winners can be announced on election night appears to place ulterior motives ahead of transparency and timeliness.)

One Georgia resident, attorney Paul J. Dzikowski, attempted to obtain more information on the reported water main break in Atlanta.  He sent a letter to and requested any information related to the water main break under the Georgia Open Records Act.  This is what he wrote in his request:

Please accept this correspondence (and the attached letter) as a request for production and inspection of records under the Georgia Open Records Act, O.C.G.A. § 50-18-70, et seq. (the “Act”). Please produce, for inspection and copying, the following records:

  • ALL “Public records” related to the burst pipe at State Farm Arena that occurred on or about November 3, 2020, which impacted the counting of ballots by Fulton County authorities, including and not limited to internal and external communications with any person(s), communications with Fulton Co. Board of Registrations and Elections, memoranda, notes, work orders, requisitions, invoices, repair records, and all other public records.

This request is intended to be as comprehensive as possible and should be interpreted as broadly as the law allows, in accordance with the Act, and shall encompass records in paper form and any electronic and digital format. I look forward to your prompt response as soon as the records are available for inspection and copying but in no event more than three (3) business days following your receipt of this request, as required by the Act.

In response the only public records generated as a result of the alleged “burst pipe” that halted the counting of ballots in Atlanta (Fulton Co.) were a few text messages.  These messages were with the Sr. Vice President of the Atlanta Hawks, Geoffrey Stiles, who called it a “slow leak” that was “contained quickly,” and he said the entire thing was “highly exaggerated.”


No repair orders or work orders or invoices from a plumber associated with this “burst pipe” were provided.  Nothing.

Dzikowski also filed a similar request with the Fulton County Board of Registrations and Elections which resulted in no records being located per their response.

What really happened on election night in Atlanta and what was the real reason they stopped counting tens of thousands of absentee votes until the next day?

(Read this at the Gateway Pundit)

Could this have anything to do with the cheating observed by Melissa Corone

Could this 4-hour delay have anything to do with the corruption observed by Melissa Corone as she worked as a subcontractor for Dominion Voting Systems in Detroit? Did Georgia Democrats need time to switch Trump votes to Biden?

  1. Where did the reported Blue Wave go? How did the Republicans gain House seats and get on track to keep the Senate?

Christian Broadcasting Network reported in a 11 November 2020 article that the much ballyhooed Blue Wave seems to have evaporated before the election.

More than a week after the election, a small number of House and Senate races are still undecided, but all signs are pointing to something like a red surge that few had predicted for Congress. That’s a shock because media pundits and Democrats had predicted a blue wave that never materialized. The Associated Press is reporting Democrats have been “blindsided.”

As of Wednesday, Republicans appear to have secured 50 seats in the next Senate as they’re now expected to win in Alaska and North Carolina. Plus, they have a strong chance of winning two more in Senate runoff elections in Georgia in January. Democrats are believed to have won 48 Senate seats.

And even though Democrats say they’ve won the 218 seats needed for a majority in the House of Representatives, their margin of control is much smaller than it was before this election, and it could be razor-thin.

Democrats went into the election with a 232-197 House advantage. There were also five open seats, plus one independent lawmaker. The AP says Republicans have won 202 seats so far. But there are more than a dozen races still undecided in states like California, Utah, and New York, and Republican candidates are currently leading in most of those races.

The bottom line: House Democrats have lost a number of seats rather than gaining seats in this election. That includes one of the latest in Southern California, where the Republican challenger Michelle Steel ousted the Democrat incumbent, Rep. Harley Rouda. This is only the second time in more than two decades that a GOP candidate has defeated an incumbent Democrat in California.

“The Republican coalition is bigger, more diverse, more energetic than ever before,” said House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).

Additionally, Republican David Valadao currently leads in California’s 21st Congressional District against T.J. Cox by 4,000 votes.

And Utah’s Fourth Congressional District is being carefully watched as Republican challenger Burgess Owens leads Rep. Ben McAdams by less than half a percentage point.

Iowa’s Second Congressional District is in the midst of an extremely close House race that covers a bulk of the southeast part of the state. Just 48 votes separate Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks and her opponent Rita Hart.

In the House, the pro-life movement has won big in this election due to the number of new pro-life Republican women elected. Those victories are being called “a stunning blow” to a “pro-abortion agenda.”

In January, at least 14 new pro-life GOP women will take the oath in the House. That number will include seven congresswomen who defeated Democrats in last week’s election.

Meanwhile, Republicans are likely to hold on to control of the Senate after strong performances in Georgia and North Carolina. Sen.Thom Tillis (R-NC) won his race after Democrat candidate Cal Cunningham conceded on Tuesday.

GA Senate candidate David Perdue won with 49.71 percent of the vote against challenger Jon Ossoff, narrowly missing a runoff election that could have been avoided if he had reached 50 percent. Now the two will face off again in an election on January 5.  Republican Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock will also duel that day for Georgia’s second open US Senate seat.

And in Alaska, Republican candidate Dan Sullivan has won a second term in the US Senate during an intense race against Democrat opponent Al Gross, according to multiple outlets.

(Read more at the Christian Broadcasting Network)

The Blue Wave went to the same place where the pollsters predictions went

Since the Blue Wave depended on the strength of a pro-abortion, pro-lawlessness, anti-police block — I think it was all in the minds of the Biden people. That’s why there were no coattails to Biden’s win: it was a cheating win.

  1. Dead people voted in the election

Breitbart cites the words of Tucker Carlson regarding dead people at the polls (bolding is mine for emphasis).

Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson showed numerous instances of deceased Americans that apparently had their identities used to participate in last week’s presidential election in Georgia.

In doing so, Carlson showed the election was not without some instances of fraud despite what left-leaning media outlets and figures had said.

Transcript as follows:

CARLSON: It has been more than a week since the final votes were cast, and still, many of Donald Trump’s 72 million voters believe this election was fundamentally unfair and they are right about that.

There was massive outside interference in our democracy, and it didn’t come from Russia. The tech monopolies of Silicon Valley used their unprecedented control over news and information to silence Donald Trump’s voters and at the same time, to protect Joe Biden.

And then public health authorities and blue state governors wielded the pandemic like it was a partisan political weapon. It’s hard to believe they actually did that, but they did do it. Corporate America helped them.

In a moment, we’ll have a report on Big Pharma’s role in what happened. It’s an amazing story.

And then there’s the question of the votes themselves, the actual ballots. Democrats completely changed the way we voted in this election. Our system has never been more disorganized, and it has never been more vulnerable to manipulation.

So was there voter fraud last week? That’s a question we’ve been working on since the election night. We’ve tried to be careful and precise as we report this out. In moments like this, truth really matters more than ever. False allegations of fraud can cause as much damage as the fraud itself.

Jussie Smollett hurt more people with his lies than any actual hate crime. And the last thing America needs right now is more damage. So we want to be accurate.

What we’re about to tell you is accurate. It’s not a theory. It happened and we can prove it.

Other news organizations could prove it, too, they’ve simply chosen not to. The position of corporate media across the country this week has been very simple. There was no voter fraud. The New York Times once the paper of record declared that as fact this morning across the entire front page, look at this banner headline, “Election officials nationwide find no fraud.” No fraud. None. End of story. Move on and listen to Kamala.

You’re hearing virtually the same thing from everyone in the media — everyone. At CNN, the anchors have been repeating the approved message for days. They say it with the kind of brutal intensity that suggests precisely because they don’t really believe what they’re saying. You absolutely must believe it. Shut up and accept the verdict, America.


JOHN BERMAN, CNN ANCHOR: Sources tell CNN that top aides are suggesting that the defeated President, President Trump hold rallies to drum up bogus conspiracies about election fraud.

DON LEMON, CNN ANCHOR: The GOP keeps spreading completely unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud.

BROOKE BALDWIN, CNN HOST: The Attorney General now telling Federal prosecutors to look into those unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud.

ANDERSON COOPER, CNN HOST: There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud, no evidence of widespread flaws in the mail-in voting process.


CARLSON: Bogus conspiracy theories, completely unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud. They say it again and again, but what exactly are they talking about? They won’t tell you, so we’re going to tell you.

Right now, fewer than 15,000 votes separate Donald Trump from Joe Biden in the State of Georgia. It’s close enough that it is worth getting specific about what happened there. And Georgia’s Secretary of State has now confirmed there will be a hand recount of all votes cast in Georgia.

Among those votes, auditors will find a ballot cast by a woman called Deborah Jean Christiansen. It would be hard to find anyone who has got a bad word to say about Deborah Jean Christiansen. She was well-known in her community for years as a bird watcher, an avid gardener, a committed fan of the Georgia Bulldogs.

Those who knew her were sad when she died last May, and they might be surprised to learn that even after her death, Deborah Jean Christiansen still managed to register to vote and then cast a ballot presumably for Joe Biden.

In some ways, it’s an inspiring story, the triumph of voting over death.

And no one quite embodies that story like James Blaylock of Covington, Georgia. Mr. Blaylock was a mailman for 33 years until he passed away in 2006. Fourteen years later, according to state records, he was still mailing things.

James Blaylock cast a ballot in last week’s election. How did he do that? It might be worth asking “The New York Times.” Maybe James Blaylock was just one of those extraordinary mail carriers, neither rain nor snow nor gloom of night nor even death itself could keep him from the mail.

In his case, maybe voting from the grave wasn’t really fraud. It was just commitment. OK.

But what about Linda Kessler of Nicholson, Georgia. Linda Kessler died in 2003. Seventeen years later, she was still voting in presidential elections. Edward Swein out of Trenton, Georgia spent his life working construction and teaching school. In his spare time, he loved bluegrass music. According to those who knew him, he played multiple instruments and enjoyed jam sessions.

When he died five years ago at the age of 82, it seemed like he was gone from this world for good. But no. Last week, he voted for President.

And he wasn’t the only one. On your screen right now, you will see the names of other deceased voters. Every one of them played a role in last week’s presidential election.

As of tonight, there aren’t enough of them to alter the outcome. That could change as we learn more. But for the moment, the point is, they exist. They are dead, but they voted anyway. The question is, how did they do that? How exactly did they cast their ballots? And the short answer is by mail.

Dead people tend to vote more often when you make it easier for them to vote. They are like any other group. This year, we made it much easier for the dead to vote.

States sent ballots and registration forms to millions of people totally unsolicited. The pretext was COVID. We had to do this for public health reasons, remember? We had no choice. It was a public health emergency. The effect was to encourage fraud.

One 2012 study by Pew found there were close to two million dead people still on voter rolls around this country. That study also found that approximately 24 million voter registrations. That is one out of every eight in America were wrong. They were no longer valid or they were significantly incorrect. Close to three million people in America had registrations in more than one state, three million.

So what happens if you start sending ballots and registrations to lists like this? Well, you’re guaranteed to increase the amount of fraudulent voting and that’s exactly what Democrats did. Republicans we should add, let them do it.

Take the State of Nevada where Joe Biden is currently leading Donald Trump by fewer than 40,000 votes. This year, State Democrats and their lawyers made certain than Nevada sent ballots, not ballot applications, but actual ballots to every single registered voter in the state, whether they requested those ballots or not and they did this even though they knew they were perfectly aware that more than 41,000 people who registered to vote in Nevada haven’t voted or updated the registrations in more than 10 years.

Why? Because many of these people are dead or gone. But they got ballots anyway.

One of those people was a former elementary school teacher called Rosemary Hurdle. According to her 2017 obituary, Rosemary Hurdle was a loving, fun, sassy and sarcastic in a fun way, beautiful, powerful and inspiring. Sadly, now she’s gone.

But her voter registration remains. She is still on the rolls.

Someone received Rosemary Hurdle’s ballot in the mail and then cast it. Who did this? We don’t know who did it. We wish we did.

We should know. It’s fraud. It’s a threat to our system and it is being hidden by a news media totally vested in a Joe Biden presidency.

Again, we have a right to know. We have an obligation to know much more about this. But thanks to the media blackout, it is left to independent conservative sites, places like “The Federalist” to report what the rest should be reporting, but are not.

Thanks to “The Federalist,” we know that on October 9th, for example, a man called Fred Stokes, Jr. received an unsolicited ballot in Clark County, Nevada. That’s where Las Vegas is.

Three weeks later, the county received his ballot back by mail. Voting records indicate that ballot was quote, “completed.” Fred Stokes voted for President. But Fred Stokes had been dead for three years. He died in June of 2017 at the age of 92. How did that happen? We don’t know. No one is reporting on it.

In Pennsylvania, the state that made Joe Biden the President-elect, there are luckily, quite a few dead voters. How do we know that? Because the state told us.

According to a report from last December, less than a year ago, from the state’s Department of Auditor General, nearly 3,000 potentially deceased voters remained on the voter rolls in Pennsylvania. The Trump campaign says it has found evidence that some of them voted this year.

For example, on October 24th, Allegheny County officials mailed a ballot to one Denise Odnish. She died two days before, yet somehow records show the county officials received that ballot back completed, voted for President on November 2.

Again, we are showing you more names on the screen, just like Denise Odnish. We can confirm that they all voted in the election last week, and all of them were dead when they did so.

None of this is conjecture. It’s not one of those bogus conspiracy theories that CNN worries about. It is entirely real. Why did it happen? How can we prevent it from happening again? Those are the questions.

The first is very simple to answer, Democrats did it. They understand that when you send mail-in ballots to an entire unverified voter roll, you can’t really know who is voting.

But just to make certain that fraud remained likely, Democrats filed lawsuits in Nevada to eliminate signature verification. Think about that.

In 2019, well before the coronavirus panic. Ron Wyden is a Democratic senator from Oregon sponsored the Vote by Mail Act. The Vote by Mail Act demands that every state in the Union mails ballots to their entire unverified voter list. Whether you ask for it or not, whether you’re alive or not, you get a ballot.

There’s no other way to interpret this. Democrats are abetting fraud.

This summer, Democrats in the House of Representatives passed something called the Heroes Act. It wouldn’t simply have provided quote “automatic mailing of absentee ballots to all voters in America.” It also would have prevented states from restricting in any way ballot harvesting. That means that anyone could collect and return bundles of ballots from dead or living voters to polling stations, and there will be no oversight of this at all.

That’s insane, but expect more of it. Loose voting rules are too useful for the left to pass up.

In January, Democrats could very well gain control of the United States Senate. If that happens, much will change, but one of the things that will happen, they will pass the Heroes Act into law.

Right now, they are claiming universal mail-in balloting is necessary because of coronavirus. It’s a public health emergency, we have to have it. But they are lying. They’ve been pushing for this very thing for years for one reason: it gives them an advantage because it increases the incidence of fraud.

According to Barack Obama, the most divisive President in our history, if you are against this, if you’re against sending ballots to unverified voter lists in every state in the country, unsolicited, you are a racist. Watch.


BARACK OBAMA, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Even as we sit here, there are those in power, who are doing their darndest to discourage people from voting, by closing polling locations and targeting minorities and students with restrictive ID laws, and attacking our voting rights with surgical precision, even undermining the Postal Service in the run up to an election.

But it is going to be dependent on mail-in ballots, so people don’t get sick.


CARLSON: Barack Obama, suddenly not from Hawaii, didn’t go to Pinhoe, a product of the red clay of Georgia and he is preaching. The message is always the same, obey or I’ll call you racist.

Obama spent eight years working that scam pretty effectively. But amazingly, a lot of people still fall for it. So, they shut up and obey. But we should stop doing that, because if we care about our democracy, we must demand clean and honest voting. Regardless of the outcome, no matter who wins or who loses, the system is what we must protect.

Sending ballots to entire unverified voter lists, unsolicited gets you dead people voting. And what does that do? It puts us where we are now — cynical, distrustful, withdrawn.

If you want to run a democracy, you need one thing above all, social trust. If you want people to have social trust, if you want them to believe in the system, it’s not enough to yell at them on television and tell them that they must believe. You have to create a system that is worth believing it.

(Read this at Breitbart)

Even if only the cases brought up by Carlson occurred, they all need to be removed from the election count

Only legal votes should be counted. No votes from dead people. No votes without signatures. No vote without the right signature. No votes that are not correctly dated.

  1. Democrats openly encourage non-Georgians to commit voter fraud by temporarily “moving” to Georgia

In a 11 November 2020 article at The Federalist, we see that Democrats are openly advocating election fraud in Georgia.

GeorgiaVoterStickerDemocrats are openly urging people to commit a form of voter fraud by temporarily “moving” to Georgia to vote for the two Democrat challengers in the state’s upcoming Senate runoff races.

On Jan. 5, eligible voters will cast their votes for either incumbent Republican Sen. David Perdue or his challenger Democrat Jon Ossoff and GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler or the other Democratic candidate, Raphael Warnock.

Less than a week after the 2020 election and the announcement of the runoff, New York Times Columnist Tom Friedman encouraged leftists to take interest in the race by relocating to the state and voting for the two Democrat candidates.

“I hope everybody moves to Georgia in the next month or two and registers to vote and votes for these two Democratic senators,” Friedman told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on-air Monday night.

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang made a similar call to action just days before, saying that “the best thing” to do to help his former political rival would be a Democrat-controlled Senate. Yang encouraged his followers to help accomplish that by going to Georgia and voting for the Democrat candidates.

“There should be a coordination of resources. Everyone who campaigned for Joe should get ready to head to Georgia. I’ll go,” he said. “It’s the only way to sideline Mitch and give Joe a unified government. There isn’t much time. The earliest date for absentee ballots to be mailed for the runoff is Nov. 18. The registration deadline is Dec. 7. The in-person early voting begins Dec. 14.”

(Read more at The Federalist)

It is bad enough that liberals from New York aren’t happy with ruining their state

It is bad enough that liberals from New York aren’t happy with ruining their state and they want to spoil Georgia, but by taking over Georgia, they could ruin the entire U.S.

By giving the Democrats the majority in the Senate, they could add Puerto Rico and Washington D.C. as states (giving themselves a permanent majority). They could pack the Supreme Court with liberal justices, as Chuck Schumer promised to do.

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